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If you are interested in a career as a medical scientist, go behind the scenes of a hospital laboratory and find out what really happens.
Have you ever wondered what happens after you have a blood test or other medical tests done? Where does your blood sample go? How is it examined? How is a diagnosis made?
RMIT University, in collaboration with hospitals across Melbourne, are giving Year 10, 11 and 12 students the chance to visit medical laboratories. You’ll discover the different areas of pathology including clinical biochemistry, haematology, blood banking, medical microbiology, virology, and anatomical pathology
These free tours will give you a chance to talk to staff, see what it’s like to work in the lab and find out if a career as medical scientist is for you.
Due to limited places, students are restricted to one visit per year.
Bookings are essential so please register your interest via Eventbrite.
For more information, please contact the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences:
Tel: +61 3 9925 7075
|Alfred Hospital||Thursday||6 July||1.00 pm|
|Monash Medical Centre||Tuesday||4 July||2.00 pm|
|Monash Medical Centre||Wednesday||5 July||2.00 pm|
|Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre||Wednesday||5 July||2.00 pm|
|Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre||Friday||7 July||2.00 pm|
|Royal Children's Hospital||Tuesday||4 July||10.00 am|
|Royal Melbourne Hospital||Monday||3 July||2.00 pm|
|Royal Melbourne Hospital||Thursday||6 July||10.00 am|
Venue: Various locations around Melbourne and regional Victoria